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at the history of grand central, the vanderbilts delivered midtown manhattan to their doorstep. they shifted the entire center of gravity of manhattan midtown. and that was all a result of grand central. they developed something else that grand central which again we can take for granted, ramps. rants instead of statistics of people, especially long distance train travelers with baggage would not have to schlep their baggage up and down stairs. there were ramps. a lot of people of no idea what ramps were. one magazine harkens back to julius caesar and said these were the earthworks that the agent romans bill when they were invading a world city, which they used to get up to the ramparts, hence, ramps. the notion of air rights which has been monetized and is worth billions of dollars coming into play again now as the mayor wants to rezone part of the corridors north of grand central. air rights were invented for all intents and purposes at grand central. william is the original version for this terminal was to deck over par cabinet, and by doing that he created and monetize all of this real e
. rebecca. what is "the simpsons"? that's it. manhattan projects, $200. salvo? what is central park? correct. manhattan for $400. salvo? what is the brooklyn bridge? yes. manhattan for $600. salvo. what is the world trade center? correct. manhattan for $800. salvo, again. what is hearst? no. katie or rebecca? ] the publisher is condé nast. back to you, though, salvo. manhattan for $1,000.
that whose car was carjacked, they were taken about manhattan, they were talking in russian but they were talking about manhattan, possibly going to times square. eel very certain they were on their way to times square to detonate ten more explosive devices in new york. >> heather: joining me now is anchor chris wallace. ten additional explosives potentially, putting them off in new york city. what additionally did you learn new? >> that was interesting because there have been some talk. we knew and it was announced this week by new york mayor bloombe and police commissioner kelly there had been this talk about the younger brother, the suspect dzhokar tsarnaev about going to manhattan. chairman mccall, he is the head of homeland security committee talked about with it a lot more certainty. the other couple things he talked about, he said he still firmly believes there is a foreign connection here and there are people of interest either overseas or in this country who were involved in some way. he thinks that the weapon was used, these bombs were too sophisticated to have just been picked
culo robado, le contó a fbi que oyo discutir a los hermanos en lengua extranjera y oyo la palabra manhattan. >>ellos sabian que tenian explosivos capaces de llevar a cabo los ataques. >>en su poder tenian 5 bombas caseras y otra como la detonada en boston. >>el menor de los hermanos visito en dos oportunidades nueva york el año pasado >>sabemos que estuvo dos veces en nueva york, no sabemos si estas visitas estaban relacionadas con la idea de escoger a nueva york como un próximo objetivo >>se trata de establecer si tenian nexos con terrorismo internacional buscan a misha, un sospechoso radical. >>la madre lo reconoce, dice que era creyente, un buen hombre >>luego de las revelaciones de que manhattan seria un nuevo objetivo, la autoridad desplazo a la policía al lugar ante la preocupacion de la poblacion >>y si viaja por aire, preparese para llamar y avisar que no llegara a tiempo. las demoras en aeropuerto han trastornados los viajes a cientos de miles. por qué? la agencia federal de aviacion tuvo que eliminar millones de dólares de su presupuesto. blanca rosa vilches fue a uno de los
midtown manhattan to their tourist guide. they shifted the entire center of gravity of manhattan to make tom and that was all the result of grand central. what kind of take for granted ramps and set of stairs. so people want to send, train travelers would not have to schlep their baggage up and down stairs. a lot of people have no idea what ramps for her. one hearken back to julius caesar and said these were the earthworks the ancient romans built when they built a world city, which they use to get to the rampart. the notion of aerate, which has been monetized in his work on for dollars coming into play again as the mayor wants to resolve parted his worth grand central, air raids prevented fraud tend and purposes. it was the death of her park avenue and by doing that, monetized all of this real estate. one thing we forget is the train tracks created this giant cash in the middle of manhattan. they ran almost from lexington avenue avo at two to 59th street and open submerged new york and decided to get them over. that just change the entire face of manhattan. and their preservation will g
to purchase a site in midtown manhattan which at that point* was the slaughterhouse's district and was parcelled together by real estate developer by the idea to build something new along the lines of rockefeller center and there was an option on the property and john d. rockefeller made the gift because of bad that site is now the united nations headquarters. maybe not that space the world of their buddies streams but the planner who supervised the architectural work referred to it as a workshop of peace and just to conclude a want to read this because it projects my feeling the story of world war ii and a panorama of that era but it touches deeply into american culture because today capital of the world is a slogan rather than a place of dreams. as reporters noted on one of the jurors the search could have been a movie or perhaps it should have inspired the broadway show with civic boosters and courses of anything you can do i can do better. i left my heart in different cisco and oklahoma and for the grand finale they could dedicate the united nations headquarters with a rend
in manhattan. those were happy times and years later became a happy tomic with me, convinced early on that my father inhabited a magic world. a few years ago, while listening to a recording of cuban blues by chico, i remembered in new york in those stories of the 40's that chico and my father met at club cuba in manhattan and again in havana in the mid-50's. the sessions of chico's house in our neighborhood became so famous that even my father, not particularly fond of cuban jazz, couldn't resist dropping in once in a while at the much-talked about terrace. i listened to the rumba of chico's suite, then i would imagine chico back in new york doing arrangements for count bassie and ringo starr and i see myself turning into a big fan during my teenage years in havana. so that gives you a little idea about all these connections. i was born in havana in the mid-50's and my memory have many sounds. my history of my family has given me a variety of experiences and languages. my memory is like an orgy of music. i learned at an early age to get up on my feet and dance. looking at a photograph of myse
in the manhattan project. now as i read einstein, he's very careful to say i didn't do any of at. he didn't. he wasn't involved in the project directly but he planted the seeds in roosevelt to get with it and get on with atom power for military use because hers were gonna do it. >> he was afraid -- >> isn't that true? >> yes. >> he was afraid the germans might be able to develop a weon, but i don't think he knew exactly what kind of a@ >> one thing he did not understand and he says that. he did not understand the chain reaction. chain reaction was brought into being bythe four scientists who werewho? >> talking abt oppenheimer, salard. this was then transferred to los alamos. >> the original four were fermie, text ellah and they form roosevelt's committee. then they participated with oppenheimer, did the9 not on the manhattan project? >> certainly salard did not. risk. was considered a security so he was kept out@of los alamos. feramie was heavily involved. if i could@just say one thing about what you just said, the committee that was formed after einstein wrote the letter in august of 39 had t
presence that is now evident here in lower manhattan is more visible than ever today. you know, new york city is on high alert. mayor bloomberg coming out yesterday and saying there's no known threat to manhattan but this is a city that absolutely knows that it is in the cross hairs of terrorist, people that want to harm new yorkers. we've had 16 known plots since september of 2001 all directed at new york, sometimes square 2010, the un detonadetonated de the car. in 2006, threats where i'm standing right now, the new york stock exchange. all of this affects security. about 1,000 extra counterterrorism officers have been dispatched by the mayor today. you're going to see more dogs at train stations, bomb sniffing dogs, bags can be searched at union station, at penn station and then also there's a larger side of this. fox business is outside today to cover wall street's reaction to what happened. the unfortunate events happened in boston late last evening at the marathon because these traders know very well that terrorism or an attack of some kind, whether it's homegrown or international
immigrant border traffic. heather macdonald from the manhattan institute this year, and she will discuss the impact of that on the congressional effort, as you know, to pass immigration reform. details of the president's budget proposals also out today with both the left and right crying foul. the president's plan plans to reduce the deficit by almost 2 trillion through a balanced approach to spending cuts, int now refm, and, of course, raising taxes on the wealthy. the details, the very same day the congressional budget office announced that the current deficit for the first half of the fiscal year came in at $601 billion. the president's budget will be released on wednesday. fox news chief white house correspondent ed henry has more in this report. >> president obama has finally brought all sides together over a budget. the left apoplectic over cuts and the right furious about more tax increases. even his own aides suggest he is not sure about the plan. >> not what he would do if he were king or only people who supported his proposal or in congress. it is what he believes is a fair and
hallada en dos edificios del bajo manhattan es igual al modelo de un boeing que usaron los terroristas de la red de al qaeda en los atentados de septiembre del 2001 no se descarta la posibilidad que el objeto fuera colocado a propÓsito en el sector. >>> la pieza del tren de aterrizaje atrÁs del edificio en bajo manhattan, coincide con la parte del mismo modelo del boeing utilizados en el acto de septiembre del 2011. >>> tantos aÑos que pasÓ, y que encuentren en este aÑo una parte del aviÓn de pieza, es increÍble. >>> reaccionan naban asÍ. mÁs de diez luego los investigadores estÁn investigando. es el mismo local que alberga una mezquita que causÓ controversia a ser abierta a cuadras de la zona cero. el objeto estÁ entre dos edificios el diagrama muestra la ubicaciÓn exacta donde los edificios, el 50 de la murray, y el 51, detectives contactaron a la empresa boeing, es un aviÓn 767 el mismo que fue usado para destruir las torres gemelas, no se confirma si fue parte de los aviones del atentado, el dueÑo del lÓcal colabora con autoridades, se dijo que fue puesta ahÍ a prop
, manhattan, which at that point was a slaughterhouse district. parceled together by real estate developer with the idea of building some e-mail along the lines of rockefeller center. there is option on the property and john d. rockefeller made the gift. because of that, that that is now the united nations headquarters. it's maybe not the capital of the world of everyone's dreams. the planner who supervised the architectural work referred to it as a workshop for peace. so it's not so grand. it is a workaday place. i want to read a little pet projects and a feeling of how the story of the end of world war ii and the beginning of peace. it's a panorama of the area, but touches deeply into some chords in american culture because today capital the world survives is the slogan for new york city rather than a place of dreams. while traveling through darkness and connecticut, the search for the capital of the world could've been a movie. or perhaps it should have inspired a broadway show with tab dancing civic boosters, diplomats said cooking in circles and courses of anything you can do i can do
, manhattan d.a. who said it's a lone gunman. the manhattan d.a. tried the case. when the 1993 bombing took place, one of the demands of the bombers was he be released from jail. they went back to review all material they had taken from his home and saw jihadi material. they also look at the amateur video taken the night khanaa was shot and saw the bombers from 1993 had been in the hall in 1990 when he was murdered. it was obviously not the lone act of lone gunman. >> eric: do you see parallels with this and the brothers? >> i do. i don't believe they could have done what they did without techfy call assistance in building the bomb and without spiritual encouragement to keep them on focus. this is a suicide mission. they saw it as ma martyrdom. they look it as glorious. they would be killed one way or another. to keep someone focused on someone that used to be wisdom in latch sources. we wouldn't have it. there is no way to keep somebody on track. >> eric: well, that theory is now out the window. and you believe others are involved? >> i the. the bombs could not have been built without tech
lobsters six feet long and oysters 12 inches within they days all the oyster beds in new york, manhattan, the harbor would clean the water. so, just getting people to wake up to what was just literally there 200 years ago, 150 years ago. you see the object and say what is that. you come out and hear these intriguing sounds, sounds like i have never heard in my life. and then you step closer and you almost have a very intimate experience. >> we could link to different institutions around the globe, maybe one per continent, maybe two or three in this country, then once they are all networked, they begin to communicate with one another and share information. in 2010 the website will launch, but it will be what you would call an informational website and then we are going to try to, by 2011, invite people to add a memory. so in a funny way the member rely grows and there is something organic about how this memorial begins to have legs so to speak. so we don't know quite where it will go but i promise to keep on it 10 years. my goal is to raise awareness and then either protect forests from b
financial center in manhattan, the san bernardino city hall, the pacific design center in los angeles and us embassy in tokyo japan and another project in washington. mr. pally has over 200 degrees for design excellence. he was list is as the no. 1 architect and greatest achievement in architecture. he has formulated conceptions of his design. the aesthetic qualities of a building should grow from characteristics of each project such as location, construction technology and a purpose. the tower is a marvelous expression of mr. pally's -- commitment. please welcome cesar pally. [ applause ] >> this is a very important day for me today. i have been dreaming about this tower and the center for over 6 years. now, this is all going to be reality. i hope not for long we'll all gather here to celebrate the opening of the tower and the center. i have always loved san francisco. it's an incredible city. it's dynamic at the same time, it's gentle, it's an incredible place. we have designed the tower appropriate for this city. the tower will be a dynamic, elegant and very gracious. it will be building
, they were probably speaking russian or some dialect. and he thought he heard the word "manhattan." but he wasn't sure about it. you know, people i've talked to today say they don't quite know what to make of that. you know, i guess you have to ask yourself, do mont people say when they're going to new york, i'm going to manhattan. or do they say, i'm going to new york. so that's very difficult to tell if that's indeed where they were going. they clearly wanted to get away. but whether they had any destination in mind or not, i think they have no idea and that's one of the questions they'll ultimately get around to asking the surviving suspect. >> the manhattan piece would seem to be sort of a critical part of denying him his miranda rights, right? the idea is there's some sort of public threat that may be out there. if the threat, potential bomb plan was located in new york city, that would seem to at least justify as the administration would call it, the public safety exemption. >> well i don't think they need to justify the public safety exception right now. the court rulings are fairly
, especially bob stern, michael van valkenberg and dan murphy. i want to thank the folks of manhattan construction. as well as all the workers who built a fine facility that will stand the test of time. i thank the fantastic team at the george w. bush center, headed by mark langdale and jim glassman and my long-time pal, donny evans. much to the delight, much to the delight of the folks who worked on this project, we have raised enough money to pay our bills. >> we have -- we have over 300,000 contributors from all 50 states, and laura and i thank you from the bottom of our hearts. this is the first time in american history that parents have seen their son's presidential library. mother, i promise to keep my area clean. barbara bush taught me to live life to the fullest, to laugh a lot and to speak my mind. a trait that sometimes got us both into trouble. dad taught me how to be a president. before that, he showed me how to be a man. and 41, it is awesome that you are here today. >> i welcome, i welcome my dear brothers and sister, as well as in-laws, cousins, nephews, nieces, uncles
that the boston marathon bombers had planned to travel to manhattan to detonate their remaining bombs in times square. dzhokhar tsarnaev, the terrorist suspect that was captured alive, initially told investigators that he and his brother decided after the boston bombings that they would go to new york city to party. however, a subsequent questioning of dzhokhar revealed that he and his brother decided spontaneously on times square as a target. they would drive to times square that same night. they discussed this while driving around in a mercedes suv that they had hijacked after they shot and killed an m.i.t. police officer in cambridge, dzhokhar said. that plan, however, fell apart when they realized that the vehicle that they hijacked was low on gas and ordered the driver to stop at a nearby gas station. the driver used the opportunity to escape and call the police. that eventually led to the shootout in watertown, where the older brother was killed in an exchange with gunfire with the police. up until that point, the two brothers had at their disposal six improvised explosive devices. one w
manhattan. >> Él y su hermano decidieron que el times square era el próximo objetivo, pero que ese día murió el mayor de los tsarnaev. ,>> dijo que él y su hermano iban a ir a nueva york, los hermanos tenían en su poder 5 bomberos caseras, las noticias generó mucha preocupación. >> eso no puede ser, es que van a seguir muriendo montones de gente. >> es que me parece horrible, esta ciudad es congestionada. >> las autoridades establecieron que el menor de los hermanos visitó dos veces nueva york. >> ellos vinieron aquí para ver la posibilidad de dónde hacerlo. >> este taxista llevó a los hermanos tsarnaev que cargaban mochilas con explosivos adentro, pues dijo que pesaban muchos. >> cuando yo iba a arrancar, los escuché gritar y estaban furiosos, recurda. >> la madre de los hermanos tsarnaev está incluida como sospechosa también, rusia lo había advertido, cuando el f.b.i. investigó al mayor de los tsarnaev, también lo hicieron con la madre. >> gracias y ahora vamos a hablar de inmigración el gobernador de georgia firmó un nuevo proyecto con lista de beneficios públicos. >>
. it was found wedged in building and a mosque in lower manhattan. a police spokesperson says, the part still has its boeing identification number. the object is twisted and rusted -- with cables and feet wide. comes more than eleven yearr the attacks that brought down the world trade center. >> pam: the surviving boston marathon bombing suspect is spending his first day in a federal medical prison--- joe-harr sar-na-ev was tranferred there from a boston hospital today. meanwhile, investigators are searching a massachusetts landfill for his laptop, and we are learning more about the last hours of the brothers' alleged crime spree. emily schmidt has the latest developments. >> andmore aggressive talk from north korea tonight. the government now says, it will soon indict an american citizen who is being held there. for allegedly attempting to overthrow pyongyang's government. it is unclear when the trial for kenneth bae will be held. bae is facing harsh punishment which could result in the death penalty. his indictment comes as tensions between north korea and the united states continue to rise. ba
: "happening now" in downtown manhattan, the last pieces of the spire that will top one world trade center are going up. as they continue work on the structure of that building there is a story happening nearby that certainly got our attention. new york city police have cordoned off an area, a small space between two buildings where a discovery was made. discovery of a landing gear of a boeing aircraft all these years later after 9/11. a medical exam uper will analyze the scene to determine whether more human remains of 9/11 victims might be found there. we have more from our fox affiliate wnyw. >> reporter: city medical examiner office is here on scene in lower manhattan. they will begin the arduous task to figure out what is exactly in this narrow alley behind 51 park place this building, tan one is 51 park place. it may look familiar to our viewers because it is the site of a proposed controversial islamic cultural center here in lower manhattan. the owners were doing work on the building so they hired surveyors to inspect it and the surveyors found this remarkable discovery. they were
i turned on some cartoons and instead it was a program that had a picture of manhattan island and i recognized i lived there and the person took a big black marker and circled it and said everything inside the circle would poof, dissolve into dust in a second. later i learned that it was the h bomb that had just been developed but that moment made me realize that everything, i could die in a moment. at 6-years-old i was not a happy child. i was trying to figure out what happened. people had ideas of life after death but i wanted to know. i wanted personal experience to know why am i alive? what is the purpose of life? and became my quest that early and i went to college and graduate school studying religion to try to see if anybody really knew from personal experience. >> and you have a phd in geology, right. >> i do. during the time i dropped out i learned about mayor bubba and the questions i had were all answered on a personal speecial level and then i went back and finished my degree. >> it's not just well intention because that is where it starts. one has to use one's body to a
. liz: let us hope. thank you, george. >>> manhattan real estate, yes it is expensive, right? then there is the real upper crust. it has become a money haven for wealthy russians and oligarchs out there looking for a great investment anywhere other than russia or cyprus. coming up we're hearing from the top russian real estate lawyer on this. ashley: plus, facebook's highly anticipated launch is not a phone or an operating system. it's a family of apps for android phones and handset makers like it but will consumers? don't forget, by the way, log on to facebook.co facebook.com/afterthebell and click the "like" button, the "like" button. tell us whether you switched to a new phone for the new facebook apps or did they blow it by not including the iphone? we'll read your responses to that question later this hour. ♪ . she knows you like no one else. and you wouldn't have it any other way. but your erectile dysfunction - you know, that could be a question of blood flow. cialis tadalafil for daily use helps you be ready anytime the moment's right. you can be more confident in y
and it was his decision to leave iran and go to turkey, that eventually brought him to a manhattan courtroom in the southern district just a few weeks ago. so these links have been there for a long time. what we haven't seen, wolf, is al qaeda in iran plotting attacks against the united states or against canada or in the west. at least that we know of. we have seen al qaeda in iran authorize attacks in saudi arraiabia against western targe and saudi targets. so this is a new development, but the idea that al qaeda in iran is a new development is not the case. al qaeda has long had a presence there. >> it's interesting that the canadian authorities in making this announcement have been watching this alleged plot now for a year. they thanked the fbi for the fbi's assistance in this investigation. they also noted that this alleged plot involved blowing up a train that may have been coming towards the united states. there is obviously very close cooperation between the u.s. and canada, peter, when it comes to any of these kinds of alleged terror plots. >> sure. and, wolf, we've seen in the past
talking about it is for all of those in manhattan and those to take an afternoon break. and the one in san francisco, is the highlight on one's run or the walk to the golden gate bridge. >> in is a picture where you have the concerts and gathers and so with the park along the water front, we were able to create a great space and one that will have the great deal of visibility and the great view and serve as a great amenity for the three buildings that front it and not only will the buildings have great water front views but be on the park itself. now, in the middle of the site, is mission rock square. and in this square is the square is very important because the buildings in the interior site need to have an address as well. they are not on the water with dramatic views but we are on a park and that creates a great environment for the people who can live and work in this location, it feels like an urban campus environment and again, there say great precedence with washington square and jackson square and the best in new york with bryant park in the middle of manhattan, which is the home t
they ever did make it to manhattan. i'm brian schachtman. this is "way too early." >>> also, crossing the so-called red line in syria. the white house says the assad regime is using chemical weapons. the question is how will the united states respond? by the way, you got any weekend travel plans? congress actually does. the deadline pushing lawmakers to end the air traffic controller furloughs by the end of the day. first let's get to our top story here at 5:30 a.m. at 30 rock in new york city. >>> we begin with chilling details behind the tsarnaev brothers alleged plot to attack the heart of new york city after, of course, causing so much damage in boston. according to city officials, the two marathon bombing suspects discussed driving to new york to detonate their remaining explosives in a spontaneous assault on times square. at the time their arsenal included five pipe bombs, one pressure cooker bomb, similar to that one, of course, and the two used in last monday's deadly attack. police say the young brother had visited times square at least once last year. however, thei
tonight. tom, thanks. >>> late today in lower manhattan we learned of a stunning discovery. what investigators believe to be pieces of one of the commercial jets that brought down the world trade center found wedged between two buildings near ground zero 11 years after the terrorist attack. this discovery is being treated as a crime scene by the nypd tonight. nbc's stephanie gosk is there. >> reporter: good evening, brian. it's hard to imagine after all this time someone could essentially stumble across a piece of wreckage. especially this big. we are about a quarter of a mile or so from ground zero. that piece was found wedged between these buildings behind me. there were construction workers doing solo inspections. they called 911, brought in the police. they have now turned it into a crime scene. they are taking photos of it. they said they will move the piece in a couple of days but they might have to do some demolition to get it out of there. it's wedged in so deeply. they may test for human remains. what people don't realize is scores of victims from 9/11 have never been po
. a giant piece of a plane found more than a decade later in a tiny alley in manhattan. many ask how did it go unnoticed all these years and how did it really get there? >>> comedian in chief, washington preparing for presidential punch lines. >> four years ago i looked like this. today i look like this. four years from now i will look like this. >> just as we learn whose coming to dinner this year, gloria from modern family, kerry from homeland, plus the name no one saw or heard coming. >> good even on this saturday night. we begin with breaking news tonight. authorities here in washington following the fast moving developments in the case of the boston bombers. this evening a major new development. abc news learned that russian authorities might have recorded a conversation between one of the bombers and their mother. a conversation that concerned authorities, they passed that information now to american investigators here. abc gio benitez leads us off from boston tonight. good evening. >> reporter: good evening, david. that wire tap conversation happening in 2011, the u.s. just learni
? >> i only heard one word. it's manhattan. >> reporter: manhattan? yes. reporter: did it seem like they were going there? >> it seemed like they were going to new york. they asked me a lot of questions. >> reporter: en route to a gas station, danny's phone rang. it was his roommate who wondered why he wasn't home. tamerlan pulled a gun out. >> if you don't want me to pick up the phone i won't pick it up. i won't say anything. he told me that you have to answer the phone. but if you use any single word in chinese, i will kill you. >> reporter: so when your roommate hears you speaking in english, does he answer in english? >> he answered in chinese. reporter: saying what? it was like why? why are you speaking in english? are you okay? is everything okay? i just told him i'm going to sleepover at a friend's place tonight. >> reporter: what happens then? so after i hang up the phone, tamerlan was very happy. he said good job. good boy. >> reporter: so at some point you start thinking, i need an exit strategy here. >> yes. i need to figure out a way, you know, to save myself. i have to
'm krystal ball. inside the city at the heart of the manhattan project. and i'm not talking about toure's friday nights out on the town. >> what a song to begin the show with. today's example of why there is a growing push for gun control come from north carolina. the university was on lockdown for two and a half hours after professors reported a man with a rifle on campus. thankfully, it was a false alarm. but it highlights the serious response when this type of credible report comes in. the issue of gun control will again document flate the capitol next week. two votes are set to expand background checks. the first comes tuesday, mostly procedural. the next one is thursday on the bill itself. some states are taking action like mississippi, michigan and idaho which have loosened gun laws while others like connecticut, new york and colorado are strengthening them. delaware is trying to get something done. one republican is merging his proposal for tougher penalties on repeat offenders with a similar one present by state attorney general bo biden. he is now in "the cycle" with us. welcom
counterterrorism vehicles around landmarks in manhattan, including prominent hotels. it would appear to me that they're at least airing on the side of caution just in case somebody has targeted this event. >> two quotes coming in. two huge explosions rocked the boston marathon finish line at copley square just before the newscast began, causing what is described as numerous casualties. we have somewhere in the minimu 306 injured and at least three people dead this afternoon. quoting, i saw two explosions the first one was beyond the finish line. i heard a loud bang and saw smoke rising, the boston heard reporter was running in the marry happy to, and he said i kept running and i heard behind me a loud bag. looked like it was in a trash can or something. that one was in front of abe and louis' here. there's the narrative from three different sources. an explosion that blew out glass and -- in not the first floor but another floor of the billing and then a short team after -- not sure, people in a big event have a hard time quantifying time. but at some point after the first one there was an
been come to yrk. reportedly told police he heard them speaking about manhattan. despite all the evidence against them. despite all the evidence investigators claim to have thousands of people are now expressing support for the suspects in the boston marathon attack. more than 15,000 people have joined this guy's facebook group which accuses the authorities of setting up the younger brother. thousands more have signed a white house petition claiming investigators have wrongfully accused the wrong men. looking whether online feud senator roger wicker and another local attorney or i should say judge. the feds dropped their charges against the impersonator. i thought they said rice, i don't even eat rice. he said he would come to belows with online at least another man north mississippi one time candidate for the state house of representatives. well, today, teams searched through a retail space where neighbors said that second man once owned a martial arts studio. that was one day after the fbi searched his house. he didn't send any of those poison letters, for now the fbi has n
-- that could change-- and relatively spontaneous. >> schieffer: the word "manhattan" was mentioned by one of them during the episode with the person whose car they hijacked. do we have any more indication of what that meant? were they talking about going there to have a party? or were they going there to do more damage? >> police commission from kelly in new york sailed the first indication was they were coming to i have party. when he got more information he said they were actually thinking of coming to manhattan for act two. you have to put all words into context, that word "manhattan" was when everything was falling apart. they were on the run, increasingly desperate. they were making it up as they went. the fact is they never got out of watertown and i don't think anyone can say an attack on new york was likely or imminent. >> when you have a guy, what is he doing? he's not packing for a trip to the beach, gone from car to car, residence to residence, gathered up every bomb he has left-- including a pressure cooker bomb-- and he hijacked a car, unlike his two broken down cars, to make
's been going on every year in manhattan for more than a century. participants including dogs wore bonnets and some people wore bunny costumes. they started the day attending services at various churches and came together at st. catholic's cathedral. >>> in the bay area, yes, plenty of rain on easter day. on easter bonnets as well, looking from the roof of kpix 5 towards the bay bridge. with a look at the rainfall totals and what you can expect this week. >> it was taped earlier in the day. >>> and now because we do have things that are clearing up over the bay area, but we still stand a chance of a sprinkle or two tonight. in fact it is running a bit. earlier today just south of the city between yuba city and sacramento, look at what they spotted. if that doesn't stay unstable weather, creating mid-like conditions here. the best we did or the worse we did in the bay area was some thunderstorms and some hail. but man to get funnel clouds around here, is it somewhat of a rare occurrence and you can see from that, they did get them in the sacramento valley. for us the latest on the doppler w
? >> lower manhattan was the first place that took off, then chicago. those early passenger elevators always had an attendant that would take a passenger's request and then operate the car. the big change was the emergence of a electric elevators. starting in 1880, the electric elevator allowed building dollars to go much higher. we evolved from steam hydraulic elevators to the electric elevators that are not that much different from what we are going to see now at the top of the tower. this is the steam room on the top of the state st. francis. -- on top of the state francis. the equipment you see painted green, that is all the original equipment from 1972. we are just now in the middle of modernizing this equipment. >> why modernize? doesn't the equipment works fine? >> it does, it is of analog and intensive, and there are some additional controls. let me introduce the foreman to you. this is vince. he can do a better job explaining the project details. >> what is happening here, what are you doing? >> we are doing a major modernization. we are tearing out the old system, logic controls, a
, and of silver. they say that it is the size of the island of manhattan. when this is fully operational, it will contribute 1/3 of the gdp of this entire country of mongolia. 1/3 of mongolia's gdp. this man was part of the team that discovered the vast deposit. he is now a vice president of the mine. which started the exploration, then we started drilling. it was very exciting it got bigger and bigger. >> this is the result. >> these facilities are the result. >> once the goes into full production, the revenues should transform this country forever. >> amazing images. could we be entering into a new realm of physics? yes, say scientists, who are beginning a major upgrade. this is the largest powerful accelerator in the world. our science correspondent had exclusive access to the work in side of the collider and he sent us this report. deep under the border, researchers have been smashing these harder than before. ast year, they discovered the higgs bolson. now, engineers are preparing to upgrade what is the most powerful accelerator. the tunnels 100 meters. the engineers need bicycles t
high above lower manhattan. will be for some time. >>> we are still not going to show you what happened to him. except to show you that kevin ware, the louisville basketball player, whose gruesome broken leg was seen by a live tv audience easter sunday, showed up today at the practice facility to cheer on his team as he begins his recovery. >>> a huge controversy is erupting tonight after espn broke a huge story. has to do with the rutgers head basketball coach mike rice, who is seen on video from practice sessions striking and tossing around his players, swearing at them, throwing basketballs at home, among other things. last year he was suspended and fined for his behavior, but it was simply defined then, as inappropriate at the time. this video has already ignited a pr nightmare for rutgers basketball. tonight the scarlet knights athletic director told our station here in new york, wnbc, that the coach's behavior was unacceptable and deserves a full investigation. even new jersey governor chris christie tonight condemned the behavior of the coach at rutgers. >>> an emotional day at t
lado estas" se plantaron fuera de la oficina de schumer en manhattan. >> el senador no prioriza las familias, recibe miles de dólares de prision de inmigracion que detienen a la comunidad >> la coalcion de grupos proinmigrantes dicen que deben ver quien es, lo acusan de republicano conservador en traje de democrata, y recibir dinero de dinero de indocumentados. >> recibe más de 100 mil dólares de carceles que toman a los inmigrantes >> tenemos miles de firmas pidiendo que regrese el dinero de las prisiones >> el senador democrata es parte del grupo de senadores bipartidistas que trabajan en una reforma migratoria, dicen que sus propuestas separan familias >> la familia del legislador, dicen que schumer trabaja para un proyecto de ley comprensivo con una vía a la legalicacion, unificaicon familair, poner fin a la inmigracion legal, y autoriza la inmigracion legal en el futuro >> en las calles de queens activistas llevan las denuncias puerta a puerta >> los activistas reparten volante o papeletas en las casa de lo5 condados, y los toros en el resto del estado, en queens, univisió
on their nuclear programs. >>> when you're hundreds of stories above manhattan, the view can't be too shabby. one world trade center is still under construction, but the new york port authority revealed a picture. the 100th florida is set to open in 2015. >>> rudy salita loves to take rides on his bike. what's really unusual is who he likes to take with him. 1-month-old m.j. loved long bike rides perched on his owner's shoulders. and with cat cuddling up to his neck, not scared of moving in the streets either. look at him. didn't even fall down. the inseparable duo zipped through every part of the city, grabbing some much needed fresh air and seeing the sights by city hall or cruising through old city. these two are quite the pair. >> he needs a cat helmet. >>> bubba watson seems to have a lot of free time on his hands. bubba's hover, an impressive hovercraft/golf cart hybrid, he won't need roads. it's a serious upgrade but comes with a hefty price. similar models online sell between $20,000 and $60,000. if i'm on one of those old-school cars, i'm jealous. >> i don't even want to win, like, the s
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